Influenster Violet VoxBox Overview

I mentioned that I am involved with Influenster in a previous post. About a month or so ago,  after a longer-than-anticipated wait, I received their Violet VoxBox. This box was supposed to be part of their fall campaign but due to various delays out of their control, it came a little late. Amusingly, some Influensters were getting a little sassy on their Facebook page — as if they were paying customers and had been slighted because they weren’t getting their free products fast enough. Wow, much impatient. So entitlement. Wow. Anyway, here’s an overview of the Influenster Violet Voxbox.

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Image courtesy of Influenster

 

As with many Voxboxes, it has a handful of items that ship to most recipients as well as a few that go out to a smaller selection. The following brands were represented by this box:

  • Montagne Jeunesse Clay Spa – I am unfamiliar with this brand, but they seem to offer single-pack masks (like Freeman does). You can find some of their products here.
  • Goody Quickstyle – These quirky-looking hairbrushes have tufts of microfiber in between the bristles of the brush. The idea is that your hair dries faster during brushing since it behaves like a towel.
  • Goody Athletique – Somewhat stretchy, elastic fabric headbands that secure with velcro.
  • Sally Hansen Triple Shine – Another one of Sally Hansen’s polish offerings.
  • Soyjoy – From what I can tell, these are gluten-free soy snack bars. Amazon carries them.
  • Not Your Mother’s Clean Freak Dry shampoo from the Not Your Mothers’s line, available in drugstores, mass merchants, possibly salons, and online.

 

Of the above, I received the following for free, compliments of Influenster:

  • A Goody Quickstyle Paddle brush
  • A Goody Athletique headband
  • Sally Hansen Triple Shine Polish in Reef Raf
  • A Soyjoy Banana bar

I actually already had a small, travel size can of Not Your Mother’s Clean Freak Dry Shampoo (henceforth abbreviated NYMCF Dry Shampoo because long name is long) that I picked up at Five Below when I was on a quest to find, “my,” dry shampoo. Admittedly, although this was by no stretch of the imagination a, “bad,” box (I am definitely not complaining!), I did not get much mileage out of it personally. But that’s okay, that’s part of the point – they want our opinions. Stay tuned, I will deliver!

 

Disclosure: With the exception of the dry shampoo, I received all of these products compliments of Influenster. I am not paid or otherwise compensated to share–my thoughts are my own. That said, some of the links in this post are affiliate links – this means I may get a very small percentage of the sale if you decide to buy something. I will only tell you something is awesome if I can vouch for it myself.

1 thought on “Influenster Violet VoxBox Overview

  1. I agree, I don’t always love every product in the Vox Boxes I get, but that’s part of the fun for me- writing the reviews and sometimes, finding out that a product I normally wouldn’t pick up is actually something I like! Looking forward to reading your review on the Goody Quickstyle brush; I’ve been eyeing it but can’t decide whether or not to buy it!

    I received and reviewed the Jolly Vox Box on my blog @ http://desabsurdites.blogspot.com/

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